OFFSITE UPDATE-   As a precautionary step in response to COVID-19, SBAOR staff will be working from home effective immediately. The Association office building will be closed, but we are still here for you by phone or email. We have the capabilities to receive our office emails and office phone lines at offsite locations to support your needs. At this time, we are scheduling the closure through the end of March. We will update as things progress. Be safe and follow https://publichealthsbc.org/blog/ for more information.

Ethics/Disciplinary Complaint



A REALTOR® member of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS® agrees to abide by the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and the Bylaws; and an MLS participant or subscriber agrees to abide by the Santa Barbara Multiple Listing Service Rules & Regulations. An Ethics/Disciplinary Complaint alleges a violation of the Code of Ethics, Bylaws, or Rules & Regulations.

A complaint must be filed with the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS® within 180 days of the alleged wrongful conduct occurred. It is advised that you become familiar with the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual, as it sets forth the disciplinary measures that may be imposed by the Board of Directors. A violation of the Code of Ethics, Bylaws or Rules & Regulations could result in disciplinary action which may affect the individual’s membership in either or both organizations; however, the Association is not a governmental entity, and therefore, does not have authority to take action regarding the licensing status of its members.

 

To file an Ethics/Disciplinary Complaint, read and complete the following:

 

If you have any questions regarding the filing of a complaint, contact the Professional Standards team at (805) 884-8601 or prostandards@sbaor.com.

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